The Chargers took several blows on the injury front as well as the scoreboard today in Miami. …
A Look at Davis Sanchez
In 1999 he went off to the Canadian Football League and played in 17 games. The next year Sanchez Earned All-Canadian Football League honors for Montreal Alouettes leading the CFL with nine interceptions, 163 interception return yards and two interception returns for touchdowns.
The road through the CFL has led him to a role on the Chargers that just got more prominent with Tay Cody going down with an injury. Last year he also benefited from a Cody injury and earned his first NFL start against Philadelphia. Sanchez moves into the 4th cornerback slot behind Ryan McNeil, Alex Molden and Quentin Jammer. He will see a lot of action this week against Denver in nickel and dime coverage schemes.
Davis Sanchez has seen his time to shine in his 2nd year in the NFL come, and he will have to improve upon a preseason where he looked lost on occasion. There is always someone knocking on your door to take your job, as Davis has done each time Cody has gone down with injury.
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